Posts Tagged ‘ winter ’

It’s a country thing

8th June 2011 | Closed

There is nothing more that I love than the smell of wood fires during winter. This is made even more pleasant when you are in a country town surrounded by local jams, cheese and quilt fairs (or is that just me). We recently headed north to the historic town of Beechworth (the honey place), where […]


Winter Wool Adventure – update

23rd May 2011 | Closed

This squiggly pile of wool spaghetti is the beginnings of my lattice blanket. 6 more balls of wool to go and I will be able to start sewing it all together. Only drama so far is that I have noticed two different colours in the wool. Note to self ALWAYS check the batch numbers on […]


Little Scarves

26th April 2011 | 1 Comment

I’ve asked the doyen of knitting, Erin Douglas, to write a few articles for me on one of her favorite subjects 🙂 Over to you Erin… Little scarves – I’ve got to tell you, I find knitting scarves a bit boring. As in, a LOT boring. Even an intricately patterned one is super repetitive after […]